The OTT platforms have now become the one-stop destination for entertainment wherein the audiences get to enjoy several movies of different genres. Ever since the coronavirus outbreak, the platforms have received huge profit as the theatre release of movies remain inhibited.
The recent upgrade of Hotstar to Disney+ Hotstar came at the right time for the platform. Starting with an abundant choice of content in three regional languages, the upgrade offers three choices of Disney+ Hotstar VIP, Disney+ Hotstar Premium, and an ad-supported basic tier, setting it on track for a big market capture.
Disney+ Hotstar Premium offers global English content including all the Disney+ Originals & award-winning Nat Geo documentaries like Jane and Free Solo, in addition to the content provided under its VIP membership and is priced at Rs 1,499 per annum.
If you are a person who is in an ever-ready mode for watching comedy flicks and can’t get enough of Baby’s Day Out and 90s comedy, here’s your chance to indulge in the world’s best comedy movies.
Here’s the list of top 5 iconic kids-friendly movies on Disney+ Hotstar Premium you must watch:
Dunston Checks In
A young girl’s life turns hairy when her new pet monkey turns out to be a trained pickpocket on the run from a scheming Gypsy. When a guest with an orangutan checks into one of the poshest hotels in the city, the hapless manager tries to keep both the monkey and his finicky boss under control. Witness the crazy adventures of Dunston in this rib-tickling comedy flick.
Around the World in 80 Days
This movie is a 2004 American action-adventure comedy film based on Jules Verne’s 1873 novel of the same name and remake of the movie of the same name of 1956. It stars Jackie Chan, Steve Coogan, and Cécile de France. Jackie Chan’s charm and adventure in Around the World in 80 Days will leave you spellbound.
Wreck-It Ralph: Ralph Breaks The Internet
Ralph, the titular video game “baddie”, unintentionally damages his best friend, a “glitch” named Vanellope’s game Sugar Rush and then navigates the obscure world of the Internet to help save it. It’s an arcade full of adventures with Ralph and Vanellope.
It is a 1993 American comedy-drama film directed by Chris Columbus. It follows a recently divorced actor who dresses up as a female housekeeper to be able to interact with his children. The film addresses themes of divorce, separation, and the effect they have on a family.
Dr Dolittle is a 1998 American fantasy-comedy film directed by Betty Thomas, written by Larry Levin and Nat Mauldin, and starring Eddie Murphy in the titular role. The film was based on the series of children’s stories of the same name by Hugh Lofting, but used no material from any of the novels; the main connection is the name and a doctor who can speak to animals, although the pushmi-pullyu, a much-loved feature of the books, notably makes a very brief appearance in a couple of scenes.